Dr Matthew Channon
Matthew is a Senior Lecturer in Law and joined Exeter Law School in September 2017. He is currently the Director of the LLB . Matthew convenes the 'AI and the Law' LLB Optional Module and teaches on the Law of Torts module at UG and Grad LLB.
Matthew's research focusses on legal issues arising from Connected and Autonomous Vehicles (Driverless Cars) and has co-authored the first substantive text on 'The Law and Autonomous Vehicles' (January 2019). Matthew has presented his research at major industry conferences both nationally and internationally and has been cited by several newspapers including the Times and the Guardian.
Matthew won the Outstanding Supervisor Award in the College of Social Sciences and International Studies at the Exeter Student Guild Awards 2019/2020.
The Law and Autonomous Vehicles (With Lucy McCormick and Dr Kyriaki Noussia) (Informa, 2019)
Matthew Channon and James Marson, 'Liability for Cyber Security Breaches of Connected and Autonomous Vehicles' (2021) 43 Computer Law and Security Review.
'The Nature of the Motor Insurers' Bureau and Its Agreements' (2020) 7 (2) European Journal of Comparative Law and Governance
'Automated and Electric Vehicles Act 2018 an evaluation in light of proactive law and regulatory disconnect' (2019) 10 (2) European Journal of Law and Technology.
'Look No Hands!' With Lucy McCormick , New Law Journal, July 2016
Automated and Electric Vehicles Bill: Right Place, Wrong Time? (May 2018)
Recent Conference Presentations
"Autonomous Vehicles and Motor Insurance Law: Some Future Considerations" Octo Telematics Conference, Silverstone, August 2017
"Insuring Autonomous Vehicles" Airmic Leadership Forum, September 2017
"Autonomous Vehicles and Motor Insurance: Future Paradigm" Insuring Autonomous Vehicles Conference, London February 2018.
"The Automated and Electric Vehicles Bill: Right Place, Wrong Time?" AIDA Serbia, Palic April 2018.
"Autonomous Vehicles: Future Insurance Challenges" Future of Transportation World Conference, December 2019
Press Featured in the Times('Driverless cars 'could be hacked to cause pile-ups'' 12 November 2017) , and the Guardian ('Philip Hammond pledges driverless cars by 2021 and warns people to retrain' 23 November 2017)
The Law and Autonomous Vehicles, Drones, Autonomous Ships, Motor Insurance, Tort Law and, EU Law.